Posts by: Kenneth I. Swartz
The three Canadian airlines operating the Boeing 737 Max have learned to be nimble, constantly adjusting schedules and business plans to accommodate the aircraft’s worldwide grounding.
From triumphant highs to desperate lows, Bombardier’s commercial aircraft story has forever changed the Canadian aerospace landscape.
Electric-powered vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft are multiplying at breakneck speed. Here, we feature some projects with a Canadian connection.
September 4, 2018
Wings to fly
MHI Canada is carrying on a tradition of aerospace excellence in Mississauga, Ont., following in the footsteps of industry giants who called that area home. Today, the company is aiming to capture new wing and fuselage production work from major aircraft manufacturers.
With longest-in-class range, the Global 5500 and 6500 will be powered by a new Rolls-Royce Pearl engine that neatly fits inside the previous BR710 engine cowling.
Bombardier’s 20-year-old Q400 turboprop is a shining example of Canadian aerospace innovation. But with its Downsview home up for sale, what does the future hold for the platform?
Design targets were met or exceeded, and all that remains now is for Bombardier's flagship commercial jet to continue proving itself in the field.
Bombardier has acted to secure the future of its flagship C Series, but the CRJ and Q400 families need some attention, too.